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There's more that should go into decision-making than personal benefit, particularly when injustice is in play, says Wharton’s Brian Berkey.
Don’t expect many market consequences from Standard & Poor’s cut in Japan’s credit rating. But it is a sign that “Abenomics” is not fulfilling the promise, says Wharton finance professor[…]
While numerous factors play into whether a country has a dynamic financial market, there's one in particular that stands out, Wharton’s Mauro Guillen finds in a new paper.
Opinion is sharply divided on the potential impact of the TPP in protecting and creating jobs, supporting the environment and safeguarding pharmaceutical innovation.
The U.S. dollar accounts for 83% of total transactions and more than 90% of bank deposits in Cambodia. The central bank is now urging citizens to use the riel, the[…]
Low oil prices, discouraging finds, pressure from environmentalists and high regulatory costs forced Shell's decision last week to quit drilling in the Alaskan Arctic.
Recent regional elections in Catalonia, viewed as an indirect referendum on independence from Spain, produced results that won’t be cleared up until January. But the vote may have improved chances[…]
In the new book 'Superforecasting,' Wharton professor Philip Tetlock and coauthor Dan Gardner look into why making predictions is so difficult — and how we can become better at making[…]
Emerging markets used to be seen as the new economic "locomotive.” But many of them – including Brazil and South Africa – are feeling the brunt of China’s economic slowdown[…]
In a new research paper, Wharton's Luis Rios examines how companies adapt to their environments in order to survive -- or ultimately fail.